I saw another video using the Go Pro to just film parts of a guy's vacation. It is a really good camera. Quality is good, and you can get a lot of footage that you just can't with other cameras. On top of that, it is waterproof which makes it even more useful. Very cool to see the Spark from this perspective.
Ive been researching the gopro. I may get one. which one do you have. im thinking about the white since im not looking to spend a ton is it just automatically water proof or do you have to put some sort of cover on it that it may come with? what type of mounting device did you use? thanks!
Is that a 3 up spark with out the rear deck? The seat looks longer for some reason.. Also how did you embed that video? I have tried to get mine to embed but all that comes up is a link when I post it.
True... also my concern would be if it malfunctioned in the air while filming a jetski drive, hits the ocean and sinks... or if it hit the ground and shattered. Would insurance on this cover it? May be hard to prove your device malfunctioned if its at the bottom of the ocean. If you are into motor cross or some extreme sport that you do all the time I can see this as being worth it.. not for me just messing around on a jetski , not now anyway
I think it's made of some kind of material that floats ans has some resistance. And it has some kind of fail safe that makes the drone land in case of malfunction.
And this price will be for the backers that help to fund the project. The retail price will be 1500 dollars when it hits the stores.
The DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ is about 1300 dollars, and it needs piloting. Ok, it has a camera built in, but not the tecnology for the "following".
I think it's a great inovation for the outdoor sports.